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April 17, 2012
Salem News

- A Waterford Road, New Waterford, woman reported Monday that at about 12:30 a.m. April 6 a four-wheeler stopped at the end of her driveway. The dogs were barking and her daughter saw someone in the driveway near the house. After yelling out the door at the person, a woman's voice apologized twice and ran in the direction of Petersburg. A person on the four-wheeler took off in the other direction. She decided to report the incident after hearing about other people having vehicles broken into in the area.

- A state Route 164, Columbiana, man reported two suspicious vehicles stopped in the roadway at 11:51 p.m. Sunday. The vehicles left before deputies arrived.

- A Kibler Road, New Waterford, man reported at 6:32 a.m. Monday four of his vehicles were ransacked with change and a knife taken. The theft may have happened on Saturday evening.

- A state Route 45, Salem, man reported at 3:42 p.m. Sunday someone took two guitars valued at $600 total from his unlocked house sometime during the day.

- Freddie L. Levenhagen, 44, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was charged with assault at 3:59 a.m. Sunday after Marie A. Furr-Heniger, same address, reportedly tried to kick him out of the apartment for damaging things and not returning for days on end. Levenhagen reportedly grabbed her by the arms during the dispute and tried to push her out of the apartment door to lock her outside. Deputies explained she cannot evict him if his name is on the lease. It is up to the owner of the property.

- Brian K. Miller, 32, Grant Street, Lisbon, was charged with disorderly conduct at 11:19 p.m. Saturday after deputies were called to his trailer where he was intoxicated and yelling at neighbors. Miller rambled to deputies something about a neighbor pulling a gun on his daughter and nothing being done. He continued to yell profanities and refused to quiet down. He claimed he was being arrested for trying to protect his family, but Tawney Dobritz told deputies Miller initially called 911 because she refused to give him back his bottle of Crown Royal.

- A Salineville woman reported at 4:46 a.m. Saturday her boyfriend assaulted her by dragging her by the hair, kicking her in numerous places and hitting her with his hands. She said she escaped and ran upstairs, locking herself into a bedroom and calling deputies. Deputies located the boyfriend, Cody Jones, 22, Mill Street, Salineville, and charged him with domestic violence. However, Jones continuously contended his girlfriend was actually raped by another man. Jones had even called his girlfriend's father prior to deputies locating him to report she had been raped. The father brought her to the county jail so she could file a statement and her clothes could be examined for a possible rape.

 
 

 

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